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Leprechaun Pot of Gore Collection (Leprechaun/Leprechaun 2/Leprechaun 3/Leprechaun 4/Leprechaun: In The Hood)

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Editorial Reviews

Warwick Davis. The wicked Irish troll is on a rampage in these five feature films! Includes Leprechaun (1993/92 min.), Leprechaun 2 (1994/85 min.), Leprechaun 3 (1995/93 min.), Leprechaun 4-In Space (1996/98 min.) and Leprechaun in the Hood (2000/91 min.). 5 DVDs. Color/R/fullscreen.

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  • Actors: Warwick Davis, Jennifer Aniston, Ice-T, Anthony Montgomery, Rashaan Nall
  • Directors: Brian Trenchard-Smith, Mark Jones, Rob Spera, Rodman Flender
  • Writers: Al Septien, Alan Reynolds, David DuBos, Dennis A. Pratt
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: September 11, 2001
  • Run Time: 458 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (207 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005NFYY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,187 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Yay! All five Leprechaun movies in the proverbial pot of gore! Nothing beats an original idea, and the first "Leprechaun" film does spark marginal interest about the shenanigans onscreen. The film opens with an Irishman named Dan O'Grady managing to capture a leprechaun, thereby forcing the little monster to give up his pot of gold. Regrettably for Danny, the evil fairy isn't about to give up his wealth without a fight, tracking down the man who robbed him just in time to open up a big can of hurt on the man's wife and inflicting a massive stroke/heart attack type illness on O'Grady. Before he does so, however, Danny Boy traps the leprechaun in a wooden crate and imprisons him there by placing a four-leaf clover on the top of the box. It seems that Irish folk monsters cannot withstand this powerful charm, and it looks as though the leprechaun will be trapped forever in this abandoned house. Before too long, Jennifer Aniston and a few B movie actors turn up to do an Irish jig with the Leprechaun. "Leprechaun" is the first and arguably the best film in the franchise.
Warwick Davis returns as the foul-mouthed imp in "Leprechaun 2," a movie that finds the little man concerned about securing a bride. According to the film the leprechaun can only marry once every thousand years or so (I know; he said he was 600 years old in the first installment. What do you want from me? I didn't write any of these movies.). Since it is quite difficult to find a woman when your face looks like a burnt pizza, Leppie decides to use those old Irish charms of magic and trickery when he spots a fair haired lass hanging laundry out in the middle of a forest (!). Things don't work quite as planned, so the leprechaun keeps track of the offspring of his fetching lass through the ages.
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A Kid's Review on December 19, 2004
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Not everyone loves this series, but it is actually my favorite movie series of all time. Here is my review for the movies in this box set.

Leprechaun- A classic, probably either this or number 5 is my favorite in the Leprechaun series(i haven't seen number 6 yet) I will always remember the eye and pogo scene. A+

Leprechaun 2- This movie isn't overall as good as the first, but it has my favorite killing seen of all time(the gold in the stomach seen), because of this seen it is worth seeing...no matter how much you like the overall movie. A-

Leprechaun 3- This one isn't as good as the first two, but it has its high points, including the chainsaw scene and the inflation scene. B+

Leprechaun 4- This one is probably the worst movie in the series, its not bad but its not excellent either...I haven't seen it in awhile but what I recall it just wasnt as gory, yet funny as the other ones. The enlarging scene is pretty funny. B

Leprechaun in the Hood- This movie is just an excellent movie all around. There is alot of gore and comedy. The leprechaun also raps, because of that this is a must see for everyone alike. The afropick scene...it's so awesome. A+
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If you like B rated horror movies than this is the collection for you. The quality was great and the scary humor is even better. I would suggest this movie to anyone who likes to see a little man go after gold and will stop at nothing to get it. but one thing i like best about these movies is the fact that with each movie they dont tie in with each other, in other words when the movies end the next one doesnt explain why or how he is still alive. To me it's like different short stories of a leprechaun and his gold. I would recomend this to anyone who dreamed of finding a pot-of-gold and not thinking there are concenquences, this might change your mind. Over all these movies are great entertainment and will be for your kids when they grow up and realise that Lucky isn't what he's cracked up to be. Well I hope this review is helpful and if you do purchase this collection it will be hours of entertainment as it was for me out in Iraq.
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These are great camp classic films. Unfortunately this set is just a rehash of Trimark's previous releases. ALL are full screen 1.33:1, not widscreen 1.85:1 as the Amazon listing currently reads (01-15-11). The first film has never been available in wide, but I'm pretty sure the others have. Kind of sucks to limit us to full in this day and age when wide is the standard.
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I'm partial to the Leprechaun movies (except the first one) because they make me laugh hysterically (especially the L in the Hood movies which I hope are eventually packaged in a similar set). I'm probably the only person that ever had a leprechaun movie marathon in the annals of history. These are stripped down films as well but I don't watch a b-movie for a behind the scenes look at the making of the movie anyway. You have to match your expectations with the price you're paying. It's 1.50 per film (or less) so you can't expect criterion presentation! Leprechaun in space is completely awful and that's what makes it the best of the bunch because it's so dumb you can't help but laugh.
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The Leprechaun series is not what it appears to be. The pint-sized Irish antagonist doesn't go around chasing scantily-clad babysitters with garden implements for 87 minutes, but instead pursues an endless quest to "find me gold!" and deliver dozens of some of the funniest and most quotable lines I remember hearing in one franchise (e.g. "By the luck of the Irish!" "I want me gold!" "Try as you will and try as ye might, who steals me gold won't live through the night!") In fact, it baffles me as to why this series of films never made it to cult classic status.
LEPRECHAUN: In my opinion the best constructed and funniest in the series, this film stars the hot-hot-hot Jennifer Aniston as a valley girl who pisses off our Irish leprechaun friend. A lot of fun and great if you have a real warped sense of humor.
LEPRECHAUN 2: The weakest in the series, this involves the Leprechaun tracking down the descendant of his old girlfriend from 300 years ago to modern-day California. One of the few highlights is the Leprechaun's new wheels: a mini-race car with decals of four-leafed clovers X'ed out and "I WANT ME GOLD" written all over it.
LEPRECHAUN 3: Hillarious and gory good fun, this one finds an unlucky Las Vegas gambler stumbling upon one of the Leprechaun's gold coins. Probably the sickest humor of the batch. That's a good thing hehehe.
LEPRECHAUN 4-In Space: This can be a little cheesy. Okay REALLY cheesy. But it does manage to entertain, which is the main concept of the series. It's a fast-paced sci-fi actioner which involves really bad CGI effects of spaceships, Space Marines, shootouts, human tarantulas (don't ask), topless extra-terrestrial princesses, and a bunch of other crazy [stuff]. Don't worry. You'll have fun.
LEPRECHAUN IN THE HOOD: Okay. I admit it. I haven't seen this one. But that'll give you something to look forward to when you buy the box set.
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